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Insect Spy Drone

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Is this an mosquito? NO! This is an "INSECT SPY DRONE" already in production. Wi...th this it can be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera, microphone and can land on you, and use it's needle to take a DNA sample with the pain of a mosquito bite. Or it can inject a micro RFID tracking device under your skin. It can land on you, and you take it in your home or it can fly thru a window. Funny, don't you see your window of privacy getting real narrow these days. They are preparing are you?

Yep, Internet is just replacing the...."Tell-lie-vision". You can't believe everything......
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Comments (13)
7 years ago
I just don't buy it.
Last modified by duddy  (7 years ago)
7 years ago
The point is that it's fake lol

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Yep,Internet is just replacing the...."Tell-lie-vision". You can't believe everything...
7 years ago
wow
7 years ago
It's a hoax, for now Wink Face
Guest
6 years ago
nothing these days surprises me,, lets face it the last frontier is the human mind,, once thay know wot we are thinking !! job dun.
6 years ago
I can see something like this happening in the near future. Everything these days is getting smaller (except for cellphones Grinning Face)
Last modified by robertling  (6 years ago)
6 years ago
Interesting!
6 years ago
This is definitely foreseeable. Batteries are getting tinier and tinier and easier to recharge. Check this out: http://biology-forums.com/index.php?article=332.0
6 years ago
I can see this being in the next 007 movie!
Guest
5 years ago
wow!!!
Guest
4 years ago
4 years ago
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I'm guessing it's a video you made? Don't see why it would be fake.
3 years ago
How about this:



In the 1970s, the CIA developed the Insectothopter, an unmanned surveillance drone disguised as a dragonfly.

  • The Insectothopter was the size of a dragonfly
  • It was painted to look like a dragonfly
  • It was powered by a small gasoline engine made by a watchmaker
  • And jets of gas were used to propel it forward
  • Because it was too difficult to control in even a slight crosswind, the project was abandoned


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